72 thoughts on “I might become a Tablet PC evangelist again…

  1. Robert, unsolicited recommendation, ArtRage – it is great. It surpasses Corel (and all Photoshop clone interfaces) by a big margin. This mean it is a usable tool on a tablet, changes the platform, not just for art but education. There are innovations in the latest versions (check the ruler + stencils) that will become the norm, is there anything like it? AndyRage is that your work? Fantastic.

    I have recently done a 1000 sketches project & used every tool, ArtRage impresses.

  2. Robert, unsolicited recommendation, ArtRage – it is great. It surpasses Corel (and all Photoshop clone interfaces) by a big margin. This mean it is a usable tool on a tablet, changes the platform, not just for art but education. There are innovations in the latest versions (check the ruler + stencils) that will become the norm, is there anything like it? AndyRage is that your work? Fantastic.

    I have recently done a 1000 sketches project & used every tool, ArtRage impresses.

  3. >What rock have I been living under?

    Sorry if I ignored the Tablet PC market there for a while.

    I read more than 5,000 blogs every evening (on 730+ RSS feeds) and have at least one industry conversation every day (videos at scobleshow.com) and Tablet PC just rarely comes up.

    But I still follow a few blogs and when something interesting gets posted I repost it.

  4. >What rock have I been living under?

    Sorry if I ignored the Tablet PC market there for a while.

    I read more than 5,000 blogs every evening (on 730+ RSS feeds) and have at least one industry conversation every day (videos at scobleshow.com) and Tablet PC just rarely comes up.

    But I still follow a few blogs and when something interesting gets posted I repost it.

  5. The TC1100′s were a wonder and a joy, figures that HP killed them, unmerciful at that, but convertibles held the greater demand, so economically you can’t really blame HP, even though you can mean-face sneer in their general direction. Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition (gawd, always a garbled mouthful) wasn’t exactly mature in the TC1100 era, and the TC only hooked consumers and educators, Motion getting Health Care. HP went corporate, and that was that, TC was dead.

    What rock have you been living under?

    His RSS feeds, Facebook, iPhone, Mac Book Pro (when it works), and Kindle rocks. ;)

    But as a final zap, why is everything in the Tablet space, always warmed-over apps, and hacked-up ink-things left out of Office/Vista/PDF, or eternal never-making-to-market “research prototypes?” ISVs sure never found much bite in things Tablets.

    I wonder if Rob Lowe still uses his Tablet…

  6. The TC1100′s were a wonder and a joy, figures that HP killed them, unmerciful at that, but convertibles held the greater demand, so economically you can’t really blame HP, even though you can mean-face sneer in their general direction. Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition (gawd, always a garbled mouthful) wasn’t exactly mature in the TC1100 era, and the TC only hooked consumers and educators, Motion getting Health Care. HP went corporate, and that was that, TC was dead.

    What rock have you been living under?

    His RSS feeds, Facebook, iPhone, Mac Book Pro (when it works), and Kindle rocks. ;)

    But as a final zap, why is everything in the Tablet space, always warmed-over apps, and hacked-up ink-things left out of Office/Vista/PDF, or eternal never-making-to-market “research prototypes?” ISVs sure never found much bite in things Tablets.

    I wonder if Rob Lowe still uses his Tablet…

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